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'A phenomenal treasure of history': New photo collection shows Portland life circa 1905

The Oregon Historical Society digitized a collection of 88 glass negatives discovered in a Northeast Portland home, now available for all to see. PORTLAND,...

'It's more than just providing vaccines': Gov. Brown honors Washington County for vaccination milestone

The governor visited Washington County to see how they vaccinated 80% of adults before any other county in Oregon. FOREST GROVE, Ore. — Oregon...

'The demand is outpacing the supply': Parents struggle to schedule COVID tests for kids

Doctors don't expect demand for COVID tests to decrease anytime soon, but they suggest knowing where to look for tests should help. PORTLAND, Oregon...

'I just want him caught': Portland woman punched after confronting suspected thief

The victim said she saw the suspect steal things off her neighbors' porches before telling him to leave. PORTLAND, Ore. — A Portland woman...

Hours-long lines and COVID tests: Oregon State University students move into dorms

Long lines, COVID tests and tearful goodbyes filled the campus on the school's first of three move-in days. CORVALLIS, Ore. — Sunday was the...

'There's nothing in place': Parents ask Portland Public Schools for quarantine plan

While at least 200 PPS students have been asked to quarantine, parents say they've done so without distance learning alternatives in place. PORTLAND, Oregon...

Portland law professor examines religious exemptions from COVID vaccine mandates

A growing number of people are claiming religious reasons to be exempt from vaccine mandates. Experts say the question is whether or not those claims...

Multnomah County health officials urge high school volleyball players to wear masks while competing indoors

The county's new guidance exceeds current state mandates for high school athletes, but many schools are answering the call. GRESHAM, Ore. — Multnomah County...

'We're continually scrambling': National supply chain issues impact school lunches for students in Oregon

Schools nationwide are adapting to delayed food deliveries and shortages. GRESHAM, Oregon — As kids in Oregon return to school this fall, their hot...

'To not have them right now is troubling': Oregon's lack of crisis standards of care worries health care officials

The state did away with its former crisis standards of care, calling them discriminatory. Some health care officials say what replaced the standards isn't enough....

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